Stuff you should know: For doctors, NP’s, and PA’s: Clinical pearls in: medicine, office practice, neurology and psychiatry
Our “easy to read” book has hundreds of interesting clinical tips and pearls that you can apply day-to-day. Most of these pearls you won’t find in standard texts. The first portion of our book consists of general medicine pearls, as well as office practice advice. We finish with extensive sections on neurology, psychiatry, and the fascinating topic of evolutionary medicine.
Treatment of headache at all ages. Hundreds of clinical tips/pearls. What to do when nothing works. Psychological conditions that often accompany severe headaches. Cutting edge medications and non-medicine approaches.”
Hailed as “…the #1 resource for what to do for those with very difficult to treat headaches“….
Headache 2013: A comprehensive guide to headache treatment, including advanced approaches for when nothing has helped
An e-book by Lawrence Robbins, M.D.
Chronic headaches are a common cause of disability, posing considerable challenges to both patients and the practitioners trying to help them. This collection of writings by Lawrence Robbins, M.D., one of the nation’s leading headache specialists, is the definitive resource for headaches that are difficult to treat. The e-book is a comprehensive overview of cutting-edge treatment of tension headaches, migraines, and cluster headaches. It contains practical guidance for medical providers, and also offers information for patients seeking an advanced understanding of headaches. Learn more and buy online
Management of Headache and Headache Medications
Lawrence Robbins, M.D.
Copyright 2000 Springer Verlag
This is the current version (available 2/1/2000) of the 1994 book, which became a standard text in management of the medications. Many patients bought the first edition, as it is relatively easy to understand. Completely up to date and revised, the latest version discusses all of the “end of the line” strategies for “what to do when nothing works”. Herbal, alternative, and non-medication strategies are also discussed at length. Many patients have used this book to discuss medication strategies with their doctors. Available at Amazon.com.
Price: $59.95 (list price)
Price: $5.29 and up (used). BarnesandNoble.com
ISBN: = 0-387-98944-7 (paperback)
The best-selling First Edition of Management of Headache and Headache Medications has been completely updated to feature some of the following:
- Cutting Edge Medication Management
- Complete Strategies for Migraine, Tension, Chronic Daily and Cluster Headaches
- Extensive Case Histories
- Headache in Children, Adolescents and the Elderly
- Latest findings on Menstrual and other Hormonal Headaches
- Non-Medication and Psychological Approaches
- Natural Treatments (Vitamins and Herbs)
- What to do when NOTHING works
- Opioids for Headache Patients
Lawrence Robbins, M.D., and Susan Lang
Copyright 2000 Houghton Mifflin
This is the expanded, updated version of “Headache Help”, which was the top-selling book for patients. The latest edition, 320 pages, has extensive sections on new medication treatments, as well as non-medicine therapies. There is an extensive herbal and alternative section.
“Headache Help” from Houghton-Mifflin, is available at Borders and Barnes & Noble bookstores, as well as online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
This is the most complete guide to headache medications for the public. A bestseller, Headache Help has enjoyed excellent reviews.